Linked by David Adams on Tue 27th Mar 2007 15:03 UTC, submitted by Corinne Iozzio
Windows Just when you finally thought your Windows XP settings were just right, here comes Windows Vista. Fear not: PC Magazine has teamed up with Wiley Books to bring you Windows Vista Solutions to guide you through the ins and outs of your new OS. This week's excerpt helps you navigate the control panel to make your computer fit you. Personalize your computer with new themes, wallpaper, sounds, menu options and more. Here's how.
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by Buck on Tue 27th Mar 2007 17:26 UTC
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I fail to see the point of this article appearing on OSNews. Alright, I guess way too many people here would like to know that they can switch the Control Panel to "Classic" mode or I dunno... customize desktop background or read a list of default screensavers? Hmm...

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RE: Um.
by Bully on Tue 27th Mar 2007 17:47 in reply to "Um."
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Apparently everytime the word Vista is used in an article it has to be on osnews.
While it is obviously only advertisement for a book.

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RE: Um.
by DittoBox on Tue 27th Mar 2007 18:06 in reply to "Um."
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Ad clicks for the PC Magazine shills, no doubt.

10 pages of content that would fit onto one, maybe two if their fixed width design wasn't so thin and wasn't stuffed to the gills with ads and other invariably useless elements.

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